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EA Resources fro Newcomer Children

We have translated into Top 10 languages and posted up on the EA webpages a range of resources (see list attached) and shortcut: https://www.eani.org.uk/education-resources-in-more-languages The Accessibility Tool (Recite Me) on the EA Home Pageto make it easier for non-English speakers to find foreign language resources. The SHSCT home page ‘language’ tab could be improved by using a flags/languages icon as …

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Advice on helping younger children learn English at home

Speak your home language Why? It is part of your child’s culture and identity. If your child has good language skills in your home language, this helps him / her to learn English. How? Speak in your home language with your child. Read and write in your home language with your child. Watch some programmes in your home language with …

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EA Post-Primary Education Resources

Young people who attend post-primary schools have been given a range of learning packages with variety across schools and within schools. This can be a strange territory to navigate for parents and carers. We have the following support to help direct you, general information about what the whole curriculum looks like for Key Stage 3, and guidance from organisations including CCEA, which …

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Register to Receive European Day of Languages Resources

Are you a teacher and do you want to help your students celebrate the European Day of Languages (EDL) on 26 September?  Then register on https://t.co/lccrRyA0ba your interest to receive EDL materials such as pencils, stickers etc. @LangTeachersIre @ACPF_Irlande @PDSTie @INTOnews https://t.co/8wiIEbjKOZ

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Domestic Violence Support Resource

The South Eastern Domestic Violence Partnership has collated a list of organisations able to provide help and support in the area of Domestic Violence. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS DOCUMENT

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Freedom Acts Website

Craigavon Intercultural Programme is excited to let everyone know that they have launched a new website for their Freedom Acts Programme. Freedom Acts is a project of Craigavon Intercultural Programme and is a dynamic resource educating young people and the wider community about human trafficking and exploitation. Please take a moment to go and visit www.freedomacts.co.uk and explore and share …

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Youthnet

Youthnet’s vision is of an equitable society where all children and young people are valued, respected and supported to flourish. Our Vision is to champion and enable a vibrant, influential and valued voluntary youth sector, responsive to the diverse needs and aspriations of children and young people. For more information visit http://www.inclusiveyouthworkni.co.uk/Home-7774.html

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Bullying and Harassment

Cyber Bullying Bullying and harassment (cyberbullying) can occur through mobile phones as well as online. It can be done anonymously with a pay-phone or from an Internet Café. Staff can also be subjected to ‘cyberbullying’ by pupils. Unacceptable and threatening photographs and videos can be used. Ownership of a mobile phone may also be a cause for bullying resulting in …

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Family Entitlements

Families may be eligible to receive a number of entitlements if they are able to meet the relevant criteria. For more information please visit http://www.education-support.org.uk. School Uniforms School uniform grant available Grants to help with buying school uniforms are available for families who are on benefits or on low incomes. In this time of economic hardship there are many with families …

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Diversity in Schools

The Regional Inclusion and Diversity Service (IDS) run by the Department of Education exists to strengthen and improve support to newcomer children and young people and their parents, primarily working through schools. Here are the key services that are offered by the Inclusion and Diversity Service: Multi-lingual website for teachers and parents:some of the general school policies and letters have …

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